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Doug F

06-01-2009 16:50:40




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Ok guys , I have a 446 that the mower clutch was slipping. A long story made short I tryed to set it and now its all messed up,I can get it to feel right but the fork hits the fan.So I turned the fork over,then it hits the motor, Ive turned the fan around thinking I had it backwards. I am stumped. This clutch has a small nut on the outside of the fan and behinde the fan is 2 nuts ,one fits inside the other. Has anyone got a pic breakdown so I can see if I have all the parts in the right place? Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks Doug

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Doug F

06-02-2009 15:27:32




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 Re: 446 clutch adjustment in reply to Doug F, 06-01-2009 16:50:40  
Thanks Tom, I found that website late last evening and ordered a manual." Easy adjust clutch" ?? I think Case could have found a different name!!!! LOL !! Thanks Doug



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tomvac

06-02-2009 02:53:50




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 Re: 446 clutch adjustment in reply to Doug F, 06-01-2009 16:50:40  
Doug go to casegardentractors on yahoo groups. There are clutch manuals online. Tom



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